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Abu Ghraib

; blockquote Madonna included the song on the set-list of her 2004 Re-Invention World Tour in the military segment. She was dressed in military garments and played electric guitar for the performance. As she sang the song, the backdrops displayed scenes of war and sex which were scrambled to appear as if they have been shot with a camcorder. Kelefa Sanneh from ''The New York Times'' described the performance and the video backdrops as being reminiscent of the prisons in Abu Ghraib. *Sure; with Guantanamo (w:Guantanamo) and Abu Ghraib (w:Abu Ghraib), and headlines about Michael B. Mukasey (w:Michael B. Mukasey) such as ''Is It Torture? The Nominee Won’t Say'', why wouldn't an examination of BDSM and torture in the popular culture be appropriate? --David Shankbone (User:David Shankbone) 20:50, 21 October 2007 (UTC) ::This is Wikinews...not Wikipedia :) And I think its a GREAT interview...this should bring in some readers. I like to have something a bit controversial every now and then. :) ''DragonFire1024 (User:DragonFire1024)'' ('''Talk to the Dragon (User talk:DragonFire1024)''') 20:51, 21 October 2007 (UTC) :'''Michael:''' It’s all ridiculous. I don’t get embarrassed being an American, but I definitely avoid going places where Americans aren’t popular. :'''EW:''' But aside from all that, just living here year after year when you have a government that you hate, and that is systematically destroying the fabric of our society, and just taking apart everything they can think of. “Health care for children? Veto that. School system? Let’s destroy that.” Whatever you can think of. “Prisoners rights (w:Prisoners rights)? Let’s create Guantanamo Bay (w:Guantanamo Bay) and Abu Ghraib (w:Abu Ghraib).” Everything! I just sent a check today to the ACLU (w:ACLU). It’s really the time to be doing that. '''DS: Nadine Strossen is such a believer (ACLU President Strossen on religion, drugs, guns and impeaching George Bush). I guess you need to be a believer to be President of the ACLU. What trait do you deplore in yourself? The reports undermine claims made by several Bush-era officials that the leaked events of Abu Ghraib (w:Abu Ghraib) and Guantanamo Bay (w:Guantanamo Bay) were the result of "bad apples" from the bottom of both the CIA and the Pentagon's command structure. Says Carl Levin (w:Carl Levin), chair of the intelligence committee: "The paper trail on abuse leads to top civilian leaders, and our report connects the dots."


Manhattan

; It is located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and is a member of both the New York Interschool and the Ivy Preparatory School League. thumb left Madonna and her dancers opening the Re-Invention World Tour with " Vogue (Madonna song) Vogue (File:ReInventionTourMadonnaLicious1.jpg‎)" To start marketing the album, Madonna performed the American Life Promo Tour. A performance on Tower's Fourth Street in Manhattan was presented to around 400 people, Commons:Category:Manhattan, New York City WikiPedia:Manhattan Dmoz:Regional North America United States New York Localities N New York City Manhattan


Tokyo

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; and "renders quaint" aspects of the Geneva Conventions. Background The documentary was filmed during Madonna's Re-Invention World Tour which toured North America and Europe during May 24 to September 14, 2004. It was directed by Jonas Åkerlund, whose previous credits include various music videos, commercials and the cult hit film ''Spun''. It can be seen as the follow-up to ''Truth or Dare (Truth or Dare (documentary))'' (aka ''In Bed

. The song caused some controversy because of its innuendo and racy lyrics. It became a top-ten hit in Australia, Ireland, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States, while peaking within the top 20 in other nations. Madonna has performed the song in two of her tours. First on the 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour, and 14 years later on 2004's Re-Invention World Tour. The song was performed on the season 3 finale of ''Ally McBeal'' entitled "The Musical, Almost"


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